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I’ve been looking forward to this… the first chapter of a four part film, telling the story behind Element. From it’s early roots as an offshoot of New Deal, to the global brand it is today.
Here’s something tasteful to fill a half hour gap in your weekend. From the Winter 2004 issue of the long gone and sadly missed ON Video Magazine…
Jennifer Baichwal’s award-winning documentary on Edward Burtynsky whose large-scale photographs portray the devastating impact of industrial expansion on the environment.
From his youth in the sticks of Grass Valley to becoming one of the most loved and respected skateboarders of all time to miraculously recovering from a horrific, paralyzing injury…
I’m short on time to be posting stuff as usual but here’s a couple of Graff related links I recently received via Gabe at miamigraffiti.com.
There can’t be many people out there producing electronic music that aren’t already familiar with the Amen Break to some extent.
Short 5 minute documentary behind the scenes of Wax Poetics Magazine. Hat’s off to these guys, nice to see anything with this much integrity continue to grow.
Pump Up The Volume is a three part history on the development of electronic dance music…
Mark Rothko was a painter and printmaker who is classified as an abstract expressionist, although he rejected not only the label but even being an abstract painter.